Slideshow: 9 Desserts To Make For Passover

Lavender-Earl Grey Flourless Chocolate Cake
Lavender-Earl Grey Flourless Chocolate Cake
This is an elegant take on flourless chocolate cake, made with earl grey tea, lavender, and flaky sea salt.Get the recipe!

[Photograph: Maria del Mar Sacasa]

Blueberry Almond Macaroons
Blueberry Almond Macaroons
Update your macaroons with fresh or frozen blueberries and some ground almonds. They're a fruity and lightened twist on the classic. Get the recipe!

[Photograph: Carrie Vasios]

Coconut Chocolate Almond Caramel Matzo Crunch
Coconut Chocolate Almond Caramel Matzo Crunch
In this addictive sweet, matzo is topped with caramel and a few handfuls of shredded sweetened coconut as an homage to traditional Passover macaroons. A layer of crunchy toasted almonds is the finishing touch. Get the recipe!

[Photograph: Lucy Baker]

Espresso Meringues
Espresso Meringues
After a big meal, you'll need a pick me up. These light and airy, but espresso-packed cookies are the perfect thing. Get the recipe!

[Photograph: Carrie Vasios]

Matzo Crack S'mores
Matzo Crack S'mores
This fun take on a matzo "crack" can be easily assembled in your oven, making it work for a crowd. Get the recipe!

[Photograph: Alexandra Penfold]

Charoset Sorbet
Charoset Sorbet
Sorbet really is a perfect passover dessert. Light and refreshing, it's a great palate cleanser after a heavy meal. It's dairy-free, and doesn't require matzo meal as a poor substitute for flour. This sorbet is incredibly simple, a delicious marriage of grape and apple, slightly sweeter and a touch more tart than the charoset on your Hillel sandwich.

Serve it with crushed walnuts and a drizzle of honey, with a couple coconut macaroons or a generous slab of dark chocolate-covered matzo. Get the recipe!

Coconut Macaroons
Coconut Macaroons
Whether you want to serve them plain or dip them in chocolate, chewy, coconutty macaroon cookies are always a hit. Get the recipe!

[Photograph: Lauren Weisenthal]